Central and eastern Europe: Property

Central Europe’s property market has taken almost 10 years to recover from the financial crisis. But levels of investment are finally within touching distance of their 2007 peak

Economic growth underpins strong investment interest in property across the region

Poland is joining the queue of economies seeking to profit from a shift in financial service jobs

A new influx of foreign landlords has helped market recovery

Brexit uncertainty and better value for money pushing Polish immigrants back to their homeland

Belle Époque building is reborn as prestige offices

Romania may profit from Hungarian and Polish reforms that crimp investment

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